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Communications scholar Marshall McLuhan believed in deciding whether or not you’ll like a book, you simply need to read Page 69.  I’ve decided to put this to the test each Friday.  I’ll provide the page and, then at the end, let you know where it’s from.  Let’s see if it works!

Do you already know what book it comes from?  Does it grab your interest and make you want to know more?  Source after the break. Continue reading “Page 69”

Page 69

Communications scholar Marshall McLuhan believed in deciding whether or not you’ll like a book, you simply need to read Page 69.  I’ve decided to put this to the test each Friday.  I’ll provide the page and, then at the end, let you know where it’s from.  Let’s see if it works!

Do you already know what book it comes from?  Does it grab your interest and make you want to know more?  Source after the break. Continue reading “Page 69”

Book Challenges

2010_nba_winner00081248-620x387 Every so often I get a wild hair and commit to a random book challenge.  Many moons ago, I went through and read every book on the Top Banned Books list put out by the American Library Association.  Then I decided to take on the Pulitzer winners for fiction.  I’m not sure why I do this except I figure that, as a bookworm, I should at least ATTEMPT to read a wide variety of literature.  I rarely like what I read from the “winner” lists (I did love many on the banned list, however) but I suppose I’m a glutton for punishment because I’ve decided to try it again.  This time, I’m going to read through the National Book Award list and the Orange Prize for Fiction (which has changed names again and is now known as the Bailey’s prize) and I’ll be sharing my adventure here as I go!

Have you read through any of the winner lists on purpose?  Or “best of” lists? Did you like it, hate it, find some hidden gems?

Page 69

Communications scholar Marshall McLuhan believed in deciding whether or not you’ll like a book, you simply need to read Page 69.  I’ve decided to put this to the test each Friday.  I’ll provide the page and, then at the end, let you know where it’s from.  Let’s see if it works!

Do you already know what book it comes from?  Does it grab your interest and make you want to know more?  Source after the break. Continue reading “Page 69”

Page 69

Communications scholar Marshall McLuhan believed in deciding whether or not you’ll like a book, you simply need to read Page 69.  I’ve decided to put this to the test each Friday.  I’ll provide the page and, then at the end, let you know where it’s from.  Let’s see if it works!

Do you already know what book it comes from?  Does it grab your interest and make you want to know more?  Source after the break. Continue reading “Page 69”

Saint’s Row: ARCs Now Available

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ARC copies of Saint’s Row are now available for reviewers!  Please leave your contact information in the comments or click here to drop me a message.  Don’t forget to let me know what version you prefer: Mobi, ePub and PDF are all currently available.  Thanks so much to all of you for your support!

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Page 69

Communications scholar Marshall McLuhan believed in deciding whether or not you’ll like a book, you simply need to read Page 69.  I’ve decided to put this to the test each Friday.  I’ll provide the page and, then at the end, let you know where it’s from.  Let’s see if it works!

Do you already know what book it comes from?  Does it grab your interest and make you want to know more?  Source after the break. Continue reading “Page 69”

Saint’s Row

With less than a week until the cover reveal, it’s time to see what Saints is all about!  Here’s the final description for Book One of the new Guardians series!

 

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